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GALAPAGOS MULTISPORT TOURS

The Galapagos Multisport Tours are perfect for travelers who want to get to know the islands and observe the unique wildlife and scenery in an active way. They prefer to limit their time commuting between islands and also like to visit the lesser known island of Isabela. Read more about the Galapagos on this page.
As mentioned, you will explore the Galapagos Islands in an active way: snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, biking, kayaking and hiking. While doing this you will observe plenty of wildlife: playful sea lions, giant manta rays, colorful fish and, giant Galapagos tortoises. During the trip you stay at local tourists or standard tourist superior class hotels with a private room and bathroom. All tours include various meals, transportation on and between the islands and activities as mentioned in the tour itinerary.

Galapagos

Swimming Tortuga Galapagos and diver


6 DAY DIVING, HIKING GALAPAGOS (59GPH6+DIV)

This fantastic, active 6-day program offers you diving tours in places where are manta rays, barracudas, hammerhead sharks, seahorses, and more will be regularly seen. After this incredible experience underwater, you will go to the highest point on the Islands to enjoy a beautiful hike to the Sierra Negra volcano.To participate in this tour you need to have a valid PADI certificate. If you are interested in a diving course, please take a look at the 6 day diving course in the Galapagos.
On day 2 and day 3 you go diving and you will make two immersions a day. There are different beautiful diving areas at the Galapagos where you can go. However, since the Galapagos Islands are very protective it is not possible to go to the diving spots every day. For this reason, they use the following – general – schedule:

Monday
FLOREANA
Floreana is located in the South part of Santa Cruz Island, 2 dive sites are located 90 minutes from Puerto Ayora.
Site Conditions: This dive site is considered for all level divers. You will do 2 dives, swim along the current, easy dive, although can be strong currents.
What to see? Cleaning station for Green Sea Turtle, White tip Reef Sharks, Galapagos Sharks, Golden Rays, Sting Rays, Galapagos Sea lions.

Tuesday
NORTH SEYMOUR
North Seymour is situated in the north part of Santa Cruz Island, there are 2 dives sites located 30 minutes from the Itabaca Channel.
Site Conditions: This dive site is considered for all level divers. You will do 2 dives, swim along the current, easy dive, although can be strong currents. This is the perfect place to start your diving adventure in the Galapagos Marine Reserve.
What to see? Here you can see a lot of wildlife like Hammerhead Sharks, White-tip Reef Sharks, Galapagos Sharks, Black Tip Sharks, Green Sea Turtles, Oceanic Manta Ray, Spotted Eagle Ray, Golden Rays, Mobulas rays, Galapagos garden Eels, tropical fish, etc.

Wednesday
GORDON ROCKS
Gordon Rocks is considered the best place for diving in the central islands, situated on the east coast of Santa Cruz Island, 2 dives sites located 50 minutes from Itabaca Channel.
Site Conditions: due to the strong currents and surge, this dive site is considered for intermediate or advanced divers with at least 25 logged dives (or had dived before with us in other dive sites).
What to see? Gordon Rocks is a world renowned site, where you can see big schools of Hammerhead Sharks, Black-tip Sharks, White-tip reef Sharks, Green Sea Turtle, Schools of Barracudas, Schools of Spotted Eagle Rays, Mobulas Rays, reef fish, etc.

DAPHNE ISLET
Daphne is situated in the North part of Santa Cruz Island, 2 dives spots located 30 minutes from the Itabaca Canal.
Site Conditions: This dive site is considered for all level divers. It is an easy dive, no strong currents, diving is in a shelving reef with many white-tip reef Sharks.
What to see? Green Sea Turtle, White tip Reef Sharks, Galapagos Sharks, Golden Rays, Sting Rays, Galapagos Sea lions, and variety of invertebrates and mollusks.

Thursday
MOSQUERA ISLET
Mosquera is situated in the north part of Baltra Islands, 30 minutes from the Itabaca Canal.
Site Conditions: This dive site is considered for all level divers, easy dive, no strong currents, diving is in a shelving reef with many white tip reef Sharks.
What to see? Green Sea Turtle, White-tip Reef Sharks, Galapagos Sharks, Golden Rays, Sting Rays, Galapagos Sea lions, and variety of invertebrates and mollusks.

Friday
COUSINS ROCK
Cousins Rock is situated in the North West part of Santa Cruz Island, 2 dives spots located 90 minutes from the Itabaca Channel. During this navigation you get the chance to see Dolphins.
Site Conditions: This dive site is considered for all level divers. It is an easy dive, no strong currents, diving is in a shelving reef with many endemic black corals, sea horses, and many little but very colorful fish.
What to see? Cleaning station for Green Sea Turtle, White -ip Reef Sharks, Galapagos Sharks, Golden Rays, Sting Rays, Galapagos Sea lions, Galapagos Fur Seals, Oceanic Manta Ray, Pacific Sea Horses, Puffer fish, etc.

BARTOLOME ISLAND
Bartolome is situated in the East of Santiago Island, 2 dives spots located 90 minutes from the Itabaca Channel. During this navigation we get the chance to see Dolphins.
Site Conditions: This dive site is considered for all level divers. It is an easy dive, no strong currents, diving is in a shelving reef with many white-tip reef Sharks.
What to see? Green Sea Turtle, White-tip Reef Sharks, Galapagos Sharks, Golden Rays, Sting Rays, Galapagos Sea lions, and variety of invertebrates and mollusks.

Saturday
NORTH SEYMOUR
North Seymour is situated in the north part of Santa Cruz Island, there are 2 dives sites located 30 minutes from the Itabaca Channel.
Site Conditions: This dive site is considered for all level divers. You will do 2 dives, swim along the current, easy dive, although can be strong currents. This is the perfect place to start your diving adventure in the Galapagos Marine Reserve.
What to see? Here we can see a lot of wildlife like Hammerhead Sharks, White-tip Reef Sharks, Galapagos Sharks, Black Tip Sharks, Green Sea Turtles, Oceanic Manta Ray, Spotted Eagle Ray, Golden Rays, Mobulas rays, Galapagos garden Eels, tropical fish, etc.

Sunday
GORDON ROCKS
Gordon Rocks is considered the best place for diving in the central islands, situated on the east coast of Santa Cruz Island, 2 dives sites located 50 minutes from Itabaca Channel.
Site Conditions: due to the strong currents and surge, this dive site is considered for intermediate or advanced divers with at least 20 logged dives (or had dived before with us in other dive sites).
What to see? Gordon Rocks is a world renowned site, where you can see big schools of Hammerhead Sharks, Black-tip Sharks, White-tip reef Sharks, Green Sea Turtle, Schools of Barracudas, Schools of Spotted Eagle Rays, Mobulas Rays, reef fish, etc.

Please note that the Galapagos is a National Park and schedules can change all the time due to permissions.

Diving with a manta ray


ITINERARY

DAY 1:
BALTRA – FREE TIME SANTA CRUZ
Upon arrival to Galapagos (Baltra Airport) our transportation will take you to Puerto Ayora. This afternoon you are free to visit the Charles Darwin Station. Here you can get plenty information about the Galapagos Islands. Before dinner, our dive master will meet you in the Hotel to organize everything related to your next two days of diving.
Accommodation in Hotel Fernandina or similar.

DAY 2 (B, L):
DIVING 
After breakfast the dive guide will take you to one of the dive sites around Santa Cruz. As mentioned before, where you go depends on the day of the week. You will reach the dive sites by speedboat. Depending on the dive site, this ride will take you between 30 minutes and 2.5 hours. You will have two immersions here and the dive equipment is included. The maximum depth for this dive site is 30m. You do need a PADI degree.
Accommodation in Hotel Fernandina or similar.

DAY 3 (B, L):
DIVING
Today you have another dive day. You go to one of the spots by speedboat and you will have two immersions.
Accommodation in Hotel Fernandina or similar.

DAY 4 (B, L):
FREE TIME SANTA CRUZ – ISABELA – FLAMINGO LAGOON
This day will offer some free time in the morning where it is recommended to spend time in Tortuga Bay. This luxurious white sand beach is a great place to see marine iguanas and have the opportunity to go kayaking along the coast. Many travelers spot Tintoreras sharks while exploring here. In the afternoon, after lunch, you will take a speedboat to Isabela (about 2,5 hours), where you will visit the Flamingo Lagoon and spend the night relaxing.
Accommodation in Hotel San Vicente or similar.

DAY 5 (B, L):
SIERRA NEGRA VOLCANO – CONCHA PERLA SNORKELING
After breakfast you go to Sierra Negra volcano for a hiking excursion of about 4 hours. This volcano has the second largest volcanic crater in the world, measuring 6 miles in diameter and 300 feet deep. After lunch at the volcano (you will get a lunchbox) you go back to the hotel and in the afternoon you can go snorkeling or swimming at Concha Perla, where there are beautiful colorful fish, sea urchins, starfish, sea lions, or even sea turtles.
Accommodation in Hotel San Vicente or similar.

* Upgrade option: Los Tuneles snorkeling
This day you can also take a snorkeling tour to Los Túneles instead of hiking to Sierra Negra and snorkeling at Concha Perla: + $ 70 p.p.

DAY 6 (B):
TRANSFER OUT
At 06:00 AM you go by public speedboat to Puerto Ayora. From there land transportation takes you to the airport. It is highly recommended to book a departure flight that leaves after 01:00 PM, otherwise you might miss out on certain activities.


INCLUDED

  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B= breakfast, L = lunch/lunchbox).
  • Accommodation in double/single private room at standard tourist class hotels.
  • Airport pickup and drop off at Baltra airport at your arrival/departure time.
  • Transportation on and between the Islands as described in the itinerary.
  • Local naturalist guide (English & Spanish speaking).
  • All activities as described in the itinerary.
  • Snorkeling equipment: mask, snorkel, fins and life vest.
  • 24/7 assistance in English, Dutch and Spanish.

NOT INCLUDED

  • Return flights from mainland Ecuador to Galapagos Islands.
  • Food & drinks that are not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Entrance fee for the Galapagos National Park: $ 100 p.p. (cash only).
  • Migratory Control Card / Ingala Transit Card: $ 20 p.p. (cash only).
  • Isabela dock fee: $ 10 p.p. (cash only).
  • Water Taxi (small boat that takes you from the speedboat to the harbor and back).
  • For rent: wetsuit (recommended between May – November): $ 5 p.p. per day (cash only).
  • For rent: rain boots (recommended for Sierra Negra hike between June – September): $ 2 p.p. per day (cash only).
  • Personal expenses.
  • Personal health & travel insurance.
  • Optional tips for the guide.

TRAVEL STYLE

All the Galapagos Island Hoppings are Shared Group Tours. This means you have a different guide every day and a different coordinator on every island. It will be a mix of group day tours and individual private day tours. You will be with different guests during the group tours. Click here if you want more information about our different travel styles.


PRICE

$ 1.600p.p. based on 2 or more guests
$ 1.663 p.p. based on 1 guest

Important Note: The minimum age for this tour is 10 years

* Single travelers have a private room with a private bathroom.
* Optional: snorkeling tour to Los Túneles on the fifth day: $ 70 p.p.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • For insurance reasons, unfortunately, we cannot book diving tours for US and Canadian citizens. If you still continue the booking request, unfortunately, we have to decline it.
  • It is mandatory to have valid travel and medical insurance. Please inform us of any known medical conditions you have.
  • Tap water on the Galapagos Islands might contain bacteria and should not be consumed, not even for brushing your teeth. Bottled or purified water is always recommended.
  • Inform yourself about food safety when traveling to tropical countries. Take the necessary precaution to avoid food poisoning (always wash your hands before eating, don’t eat ‘street food’, only eat peeled fruits, etc.).
  • There are no guides on the transportation by public speedboat between islands.
  • Try to only bring small baggage/bags since public transportation on the Galapagos Islands is quite small.
  • This itinerary is fixed. If you are looking for a customized itinerary, please send us an email.
  • Please note that the Galapagos is a National Park and schedules can change all the time due to permissions.
  • Rebecca Adventure Travel reserves the right to change the itinerary without previous notice due to weather conditions,  availabilities, National Park regulations or notifications and unforeseeable circumstances.

ADVANTAGES OF BOOKING WITH REBECCA ADVENTURE TRAVEL

  • Personal attention: the team would like to get to know the guests so they can create the perfect holiday;
  • Team: the enthusiastic international travel agents have lots of travel experience themselves;
  • Authenticity: the tours are personally selected by Rebecca and her team;
  • 24/7 assistance: the team can be contacted 24/7 by phone (including Whatsapp) in case of emergencies or unexpected situations (they speak English, Spanish and Dutch);
  • Insurances: Rebecca Adventure Travel possesses all mandatory insurances for tour operators.

When you book (the moment you sign the registration form or submit a booking request through Anyguide) a tour with Rebecca Adventure Travel you agree to the following terms and conditions: https://www.rebeccaadventuretravel.com/conditions/

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